11.04.2003 12:00 PM
Leader unveils LV5700A analog, digital waveform monitor

Leader Electronics has released a new option for the LV5700 multi-standard HD/SD waveform monitor.



The LV5700A can handle a wide range of HD-SDI video formats and both SD-SDI systems. Its analytical capabilities include transmission error detection, gamut error detection, data dump display and voice control packet analysis.

Besides the existing model's digital signal handling capabilities, the LV5700A is equipped with analog NTSC/PAL composite and 525/625 component I/Os. Two composite inputs and one switched output are also provided.

When operated in component mode, the LV5700A can display Y/Pb/Pr levels as RGB. Analog monitoring functions include picture, waveform and vector displays.

Linked to Leader's FS3018 Lighting Monitor via a wireless PDA, the LV5700A allows remote viewing of digitally sourced picture, waveform, color vectors and status data. Any spot on the picture can be selected via the PDA's cursor controls for numeric analysis of percentage YRGB color component levels.

Currently available, the LV5700A can handle a wide range of HD-SDI video formats and both SD-SDI systems. Its analytical capabilities include transmission error detection, gamut error detection, data dump display and voice control packet analysis. Video sampling rate can be switched automatically between 74.25 and 74.25/1.001 MHz in HD mode or to 13.5 MHz SD. An optional Eye Pattern Module displays the eye pattern on screen and offers equivalent-cable-length measurement.

For more information, please visit: www.leaderelectronics.com.

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